Question about Computers & Internet
Not uncommon... the power switching chip that regulates standby and other power regulation to the board must be faulty or fried. Must replace motherboard.. Try removing battery.. sometimes batteries will short or try to draw too much power and put the chip on the fritz..
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
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